We had a fabulous day with Laura and Chris when they got married recently. We had some unsettled weather, ok it rained loads, but it didn’t spoil a thing. We got all the photos we needed and Chris was able to have a spin in the golf buggy!

The day started for me at the couple’s home where Laura was getting ready. She had Hannah of Mosey Bow doing hair and make up. During the morning it was lovely to bump into Anne-Marie of Anne-Marie’s Florist who was delivering the beautiful bouquets. Laura’s stunning dress was from Ditsy Rose Bridal.

Kev spent some time at the hotel in the morning where Chris was getting ready. All the guys had suits from Moss Bros.

There were some impressive cars to take the couple to Dale Street Methodist Church in Leamington Spa. These were supplied by Mike Beasley and Alfred Yu.

Umbrellas were definitely the order of the day to keep the heavy showers off everyone but once inside the Church it was time to get married and Sam McBratney led the couple through a beautiful service. Afterwards refreshments had been provided and we had the use of the Church to take the family photos. We were also able to do a “bubble tunnel” a great alternative to confetti.

On arrival at the hotel the decision was made to go out onto the golf course and try and capture some of the couple portraits. The rain didn’t hinder us. The course had some stunning colour which you can see in the photos.

After the couple were welcomed back into the hotel by guests it was time for the wedding breakfast. The Phoenix Suite looked fab with the help of Rainbow Wedding Shop and Julie of Sum of their Stories. There were also favours from Bespoke Wedding Favours and Stationery. The cakes were by Glorious Goodies.

The evening got under way with a game from Gary of JLW and then it was time for the first dance.

A fab day with great people. Check out the photos below but to see more contact Laura or Chris for the password to their gallery and a discount code for prints.

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